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Ambigu: An entertainment at which a medley of dishes is set on at thesame time.
Amuse-bouche: (French - "entertains the mouth") hors doeuvre, small portion of food which is served before the main meal to stimulate the appetite
Amusement: Deep thought muse. [Obs.]Here I . . . fell into a strong and deep amusement, revolving in mymind, with great perplexity, the amazing change of our affairs.Flee
Amusement tax
Amusement tax: Tax levied by government on various forms of entertainment
Amusing oneself
Amusing oneself: Entertaining oneself, doing something that one enjoys
Amusive: Having power to amuse or entertain the mind fitted to excitemirth. [R.] A*mu"sive*ly, adv. A*mu"sive*ness, n.
Assembly: A company of persons collected together in one place, and usuallyfor some common purpose, esp. for deliberation and legislation, forworship, or for social enter
B girl
B girl: Bar girl, young woman who works at a bar to entertain male customers and induce them to buy drinks and spend money (Slang) young woman who adores the culture of
Ballet: An artistic dance performed as a theatrical entertainment, or aninterlude, by a number of persons, usually women. Sometimes, a sceneaccompanied by pantomime and d
Bar girl
Bar girl: B-girl, young woman who works at a bar to entertain male customers and induce them to buy drinks and spend money
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